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"jimmy fallon" happening right [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac --
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much. that is the crowd i'm talking about. new york city crowd! feeling it. i'm feeling the love on a monday. thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. let's get right to the news. thank you, guys. let's get right to the news. president obama has been talking about education all day, and this morning the "today" show, obama said that he supports having a longer school year. in response, sasha and malia announced they support sarah palin. [ laughter ] ridiculous. and check this out, a new poll found that only 5% of americans think the public school system is working well, while the other 95% think it could be working "gooder." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] could be "gooder."
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listen to this, you guys, bill clinton recently told cnn that republicans had eight years to dig the country into a hole. and the democrats need two more years to dig us out. meanwhile, those chilean miners were like, "hey, we're still here. so how about using a different analogy for the next few months, okay?" [ laughter ] "can you have someone lift up this poop bucket? thank you." [ laughter ] >> steve: whoo! that's what happens. >> jimmy: that's what happens. hey, you guys, it was 113 degrees in los angeles today, the city's hottest temperature ever recorded, 113. it was so hot, heidi montag was like "if i could still sweat, i would be soaked right now." [ light laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] hey, guys, congratulations to "american idol" runner-up crystal bowersox, who's getting married in october. very cool. after they exchange vows, the priest will be like, "if anyone objects, speak now or text 1-866-idol-07."
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[ laughter ] i just read about this -- paris -- [ laughter ] i like how they always do that. in case you don't know what 7 is. they count this much. this much -- i just read about this. paris hilton has settled a lawsuit with hallmark for making a greeting card with her catchphrase, "that's hot." she's also checking every day to make sure hallmark's not using her other catchphrase, "that's not mine. it belongs to a friend." [ cheers and applause ] "it's not mine. i was holding it for her." and finally, this is kind of a local story, it was hard getting around new york city this weekend because of the service changes on 18 different subway lines. in fact, it was so confusing, most people just gave up and peed in a bathroom. ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show! give it up for the roots!
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, we have a fantastic, fantastic show tonight. one of the best actresses around, susan sarandon is here! [ cheers and applause ] from the new movie "the social network," and he's also the new spider-man, andrew garfield is joining us. i love that guy. and we've got a great, great band. some great music from the temper trap, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] they are phenomenal. i'm so excited. you guys, it's time for the series finale of our very own late night reality series, "seventh floor west." [ audience aws ] it's the end of a long road for us up on the seventh floor. a road filled with drama, candles and lots of weird, awkward staring. [ light laughter ] let me catch you up. my writer, miles and i, have been frenemies forever.
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[ light laughter ] and now we are running against each other for fire warden, which is tearing the whole office apart. but there can only be one winner, and now, it's time for the drama to end. so pull up a bean bag chair and join us for the very last time. it's the series finale of "seventh floor west." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: previously on "seventh floor west" -- ♪ it seemed like miles and i had been fighting forever. i thought we were friends. >> we are more like frenemies. >> jimmy: he'd been sabotaging my outfits for weeks. >> steve: he looks like a gay rodeo clown. >> jimmy: and to top it all off, now he was running against me for fire warden. >> maybe i want to be the fire warden. >> jimmy: now it was time for the office to make a choice. >> it can only be one of you. >> jimmy: and one thing was for sure. our lives were about to change forever. >> gentlemen, it's time. >> questlove: drama. >> jimmy: on "seventh floor west." ♪ ♪ kick my shoes off and run i'm alone but don't feel lonely i can do this by myself ♪ ♪ i can be anything my own super hero
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shower myself with affection my life is so not finished ♪ ♪ ♪ >> okay. do i have everyone's ballots? okay, first vote. first vote -- this vote is for jimmy. [ cheering ] >> jimmy: yes! >> second vote. second vote is for miles. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: what was that? >> what? what was what? >> did you? you voted for miles? >> he made me lemonade. he made me lemonade. >> steve: are you serious? you voted for miles because he made you -- you are pathetic. >> so, it's a crime now to be thirsty?
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this is communist china? i thought we were in "30 rock." >> one vote for jimmy. >> steve: yes! in your face! ♪ >> jimmy: what do you think they're talking about? >> how should i know, man? >> jimmy: hey, and don't be a dick, man. it's hard enough as it s. >> hey, man, don't be a dick. it's hard enough as it is. >> jimmy: oh, real mature. >> oh, real mature. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: hey, look, if you're going to do this all night, then there's going to be a long wait. >> hey, man if you are going to do this all night, it's going to be a long wait. >> jimmy: ugh. >> ugh. >> jimmy: i'm miles. >> i am miles. >> jimmy: ewww. >> ewwww. >> jimmy: ewwww. >> ewwww.
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>> well, it's tied, and this is the last vote. so, it's -- this is it. the last vote is for jimmy fallon. >> steve: yes! >> so -- wait, wait, wait, wait. sorry, sorry, sorry. hold on. hold on. this vote is actually for jimmy failon, and there isn't a candidate with that name. so this vote is disqualified. [ talking over each other ] this vote is disqualified. >> give me that. f-a-l-l-o-n. >> that "l" isn't punched all the way, the chad is still dangling. >> steve: oh, come on. >> or it say says jimmy fallon. >> steve: oh my god, i just remembered, i have a vote right here. oh, my god, i have a vote right here. >> so you have an extra vote? >> steve: yeah, there it is. there's my vote. [ talking over each other ] >> hold on. hold on a second. hold on a second. [ all yelling ] >> wait. stop it! stop! we need a recount. i demand a recount. who's with me? who's with me? >> all: recount! recount! recount! recount! recount! >> oh, i'm sitting here next to jimmy. i'm sitting in a chair.
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>> i'm sitting next to jimmy in a chair. >> jimmy: i can't believe you're still doing this. >> i can't believe you're still doing this. [ sighs ] >> jimmy: man, what happened to us? remember, we used to be friends? >> man, what happened to us? remember when we used to be friends? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i wish that we could just go back. forget all of this. >> i wish that we could just go back. forget all of this. >> jimmy: i mean, i just -- i miss you. >> i miss you. [ blubbering ] >> all: recount! recount! recount! recount! >> the vote is disqualified. >> all: recount! recount! recount!
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recount! recount! recount! recount! recount! ♪ [ crying ] [ laughter ] >> sorry, i get just caught up in something. i just keep repeating things, and i just can't -- >> jimmy: it's okay. it's okay. ready to go back in? >> yeah, okay. let's go. let's do this. >> all: recount! recount! recount! recount! recount! >> jimmy: you guys -- you guys -- you guys -- you guys! miles and i have a couple of announcements we would like to make. first one, effective immediately, miles is back in the writing class. >> yes! >> jimmy: and second, we chose a fire warden. it's the person who deserves it the most --
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[ laughter ] -- it's questlove. [ gasp ] [ laughter ] >> questlove: me? >> jimmy: yeah, quest. ♪ it's always been you. [ laughter ] you're the one! [ applause ] >> mr. fire warden? would you lead us in a fire drill? >> jimmy: get over here. ♪ >> questlove: one, two, three! ♪ ♪ ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> okay, everybody that is a wrap on "seventh floor west." >> jimmy: that's all? [ applause ] >> great, man. >> good job. >> okay, everybody, that's a wrap -- on the wrap of "seventh floor west." >> nice job. that's all i'm saying. >> i was trying to give them something a little too director. >> no, no, it's fine. [ applause ] ♪ ♪ kick my shoes off and run i'm alone but don't feel lonely i can do this by myself ♪
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♪ i can be anything my own super hero shower myself with affection my life is so not finished ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what a ride. so much drama. stick around, everybody, we'll be right back with a game called "models and buckets." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ spits ] ♪ [ thunder crashes ] ♪ [ male announcer ] movies just got more awesome. the new epic 4g lets you download and watch movies on the go at 4g speeds. learn more at deaf, hard-of-hearing and people with speech disabilities, access
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. you guys look like you're ready for a game of intense competition and fabulous prizes. [ cheers ] it's time for the game everyone's been talking about. cops, taxi drivers, moms, daughters, veterinarians -- everyone is talking about this. it's time for "models and buckets"! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ models and models and models and buckets ♪ >> jimmy: that's right, it's time for the game everyone's been talking about. >> i. >> love. >> models. >> and buckets. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: that's right. let's get started. bring out the models and buckets. ♪ models and models and models and buckets ♪ >> jimmy: very, very nice. very, very, very nice. hi, models. >> all: hi, jimmy. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: as you guys can see, we have 12 beautiful models with 12 beautiful buckets for our contestants to choose from. [ laughter ] whatever bucket they pick will be dumped on their head. one of these buckets contains $100. let's meet our contestants. ♪ step right in. how are you doing, buddy? nice to see you. how are you? what's your name? >> i'm george. >> jimmy: george, where are you from? >> indianapolis. >> jimmy: oh, very cool. welcome to new york. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you ready to have stuff be dumped on your head? >> i'm excited to. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: cool, all right. what is your name, where are you from? >> chris from astoria. >> jimmy: oh, really? very good, all right, a local guy. >> yep. >> jimmy: all right. very, very good. all right, now, you know how the game works, you have to pick a
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bucket number and then we'll dump that bucket on your head. [ laughter ] simple rules. first, higgins, tell us what is in some of today's buckets? >> steve: well, jimmy, today, the contestants might have baked beans, orange fanta, condensed milk, rice krispies, chocolate syrup, maple syrup, glitter and confetti, melted chocolate cookie dough ice cream or $100 dumped on their heads! ♪ jimmy! >> jimmy: there you go. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: can you feel the excitement? all right, contestant number one, you go first. you going to put your goggles on? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: get ready. >> wait, i'll pick the bucket first. >> jimmy: yeah. [ drumroll ] >> jimmy: audience, you can help him out if you want. [ audience yelling ] >> number seven. >> jimmy: you're going to go with number seven. scarlett b. come on over, scarlett b. ♪ ♪ scarlett b. the very beautiful scarlett b. will be dumping the bucket, let's see if it's $100. dump that bucket!
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[ audience ohs ] ♪ [ sad tuba ] >> jimmy: that is -- condensed milk. thank you, scarlett b. thank you so much. [ cheers and applause ] that is -- sorry, that was condensed milk. yes. there you go. contestant number two, do you have your eye on a bucket? >> i'm gonna go with -- three? 12? two. >> jimmy: two? >> two. he's going to go with bucket number two. amanda, come on over. ♪ ♪ amanda our beautiful model, amanda, is making her way over and about to dump this bucket, hopefully, it's the $100 cash. here we go. amanda, dump that bucket! [ drumroll ] ♪ [ sad tuba ] >> jimmy: that was baked beans. those are baked beans. thank you, amanda. [ applause ] sorry, that is not the $100. that was baked beans. contestant number one, you're up, buddy. what do you think? [ audience yelling ] >> five?
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ten? five? lucky number nine. >> jimmy: lucky number nine. come on over, denushka. come on over. ♪ ♪ denushka step right up there, and please dump the bucket, hopefully, it's $100. denushka, dump the bucket. [ audience ohs ] ♪ [ sad tuba ] no that was strawberry -- that was -- [ laughter ] strawberry jam. are these your clothes? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: okay, they're your clothes? that was not the $100. that was strawberry jam. [ laughter ] >> at least, i taste delicious. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, it smells great over there. yeah, you're baking a cake over there. all right, mr. bean, what are you saying, buddy? [ audience yelling ] >> four -- three, four? everyone looks like they're going for ten. >> jimmy: ten? number ten? that is scarlett s. come on down. ♪ ♪ scarlett s.
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scarlet s. is making her way over, and about to dump the bucket. hopefully, it's the $100 you are looking for. scarlett s., go for it. nope! [ sad tuba ] that is -- thank you, scarlett s. i appreciate that. that was the orange fanta. yep. that was orange soda. that is not the $100. that is not the $100. i'm sorry about that. okay, here we go contestant number one. go for it. what do you think? [ audience yelling ] >> three? number five. >> jimmy: bucket number five? maya, come on down, maya. ♪ ♪ maya >> jimmy: maya is making her way over. she's about to dump the, hopefully, $100. here we go. dump the bucket! no.
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♪ [ sad tuba] that is melted chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream. [ applause ] all right, buddy that looks -- thank you so much, maya. yeah, this is -- you have a sweet tooth over on this side. [ laughter ] here you go buddy, what are you thinking? >> 12. >> jimmy: 12? 12? serena, come on down. serena, bucket number 12. ♪ ♪ serena serena's making her way over with the bucket, hopefully -- of the $100. serena, dump that bucket! [ drum roll ] ♪ [ sad tuba ] chocolate syrup. that is not the $100 -- no, i'm not giving you five. nope. that was not $100. contestant number one, what are you feeling, buddy? >> four. >> jimmy: number four? audrey, come on over. ♪ ♪ audrey >> jimmy: audrey, our beautiful model, the bucket feels light,
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this might be the one. dump that bucket! no, that is packing peanuts. that is packing peanuts. [ laughter ] ♪ [ sad tuba ] all right. there we go. [ laughter ] it's even -- okay. and i love that he's laughing at you. yeah, he's covered in baked beans. what do you think? >> eight. >> jimmy: number eight. we are going for marshella. marshella, please come down. ♪ ♪ marshella >> jimmy: you're prepared, this is hopefully the $100 prize. marshella, dump that bucket. no! ♪ [ sad tuba ] [ cheers and applause ] that was glittery confetti. >> that's awful. >> jimmy: glittery confetti.
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sorry, not the $100. a couple buckets to choose from here. what are you thinking about now? >> i would have to go with three. >> jimmy: number three, bucket number three. kenzie, come on over. kenzie. ♪ ♪ kenzie >> jimmy: kenzie, thank you very much for being here. please, dump that bucket. hopefully, it is the 100 -- no! ♪ [ sad tuba ] that is maple syrup. [ laughter ] that is maple syrup. not the 100 -- no. man, oh, man. you guys are really bad at this game. [ laughter ] okay, you have three buckets to choose from. what are you thinking, buddy? >> one. >> jimmy: number one, sheena, come on over. ♪ ♪ sheena >> jimmy: sheena's making her way of we are the bucket with the hopefully $100 bill. here we go sheena, dump that bucket.
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[ audience ohs ] ♪ [ sad tuba ] eww. that is purple slime. [ laughter ] thank you, sheena. all right. look, you are down to two buckets here. [ audience yelling ] >> i'm going to have to go with -- i'm going to have to go with six. >> jimmy: number six. jennifer, come on over. ♪ ♪ jennifer >> jimmy: jennifer will dump hopefully the $100 prize. go for it. [ audience ohs ] ♪ [ sad tuba ] rice krispies! beth, why don't you come on down, number 11, come on down and dump it over contestant number two. ♪ ♪ beth >> jimmy: beth, thank you so much for coming by. just go for it. dump it on just for good measure, the winner, $100! ♪ the $100 winner come on over. congratulations. $100. unbelievable. what are you going to do with
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the money? >> uh, get new clothes. >> jimmy: yes. but no one goes home empty-handed here at "late night," so you get this "late night with jimmy fallon" bucket hat. ♪ yeah, buddy, put that on. there you go. that's perfect. you've got a nice bucket hat there. that looks fantastic on you. you're a winner. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back, everybody, with susan sarandon. come on back! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] gecko: good news sir, i just got an email from the office and word is people really love our claims service. gecko: 'specially the auto repair xpress. repairs are fast and they're guaranteed for as long as you own your car. boss: hey, that's great! is this your phone? gecko: yeah, 'course. boss: but...where do you put...i mean how do you...carry... waitress: here you go. boss: thanks! gecko: no, no i got it, sir. anncr: geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. 12 buckets, every single one of those buckets -- i can't believe -- that will never happen again. they were awful at that game. [ laughter ] they were really -- yeah. anyways, you guys, our first guest is an academy award-winning actress who's currently starring in the number one movie in the country, "wall street: money never sleeps." please welcome back to the show the beautiful and talented susan sarandon! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back.
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>> thanks, guys. >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow, we have the greatest fans. [ cheers and applause ] last time i saw you was at the emmys with eva. >> you were -- you rocked that show. that was so good. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's very nice. you were great. >> i have been to a lot of shows, sometimes i win, sometimes i lose, but that was the most fun. and the party afterwards was so great. >> jimmy: that was fun, right? >> that was really good. >> jimmy: yeah, we had a good time. [ laughter ] you are very close with your family? >> yeah, really close. >> jimmy: do they keep you up to date on all the cool -- >> the only reason to have children. >> jimmy: really? [ laughter ] >> no, i mean -- 'cause i wouldn't find music that they find, and they are always right, and also i don't go online at all, so i'm not -- i'm kind of a luddite, so i don't really -- i'm not technically up to speed, so they show me all the really ridiculous videos and everything. >> jimmy: are you tweeting?
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do you tweet? >> no! [ laughter ] i don't want any more information. i've got too much. and plus, i don't want people to know -- like i just don't understand, it gets you so outside your life. i can text because my children don't answer the phone. [ laughter ] and they wouldn't really help me out in the beginning, so i just -- because it was so hilarious -- >> jimmy: you're a bad texter? >> what i was -- well, it took a little while to figure out how to get capitals and erase things. so it's just like all gobbledygook, and they just thought it was hilarious. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they're like, "no one teach mom how to text." >> "no, don't tell her. don't tell her. oh mom, i'm saving that. that's the best." [ laughter ] yeah. i mean, that really means i'm old, but i can now. i can text. >> jimmy: oh, good. >> i can save some pictures that i get and things like that. >> jimmy: see that's good. [ laughter ] baby steps, baby steps. >> but i don't go online. i don't want to read anything anybody is talking about me. i have enough problems without knowing how adamantly strangers feel about me, but i -- no. >> jimmy: last time you were here, you were opening up a bar.
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>> a ping pong bar. >> jimmy: a ping pong bar. >> and when you talked about it, it really helped. we got so many members. it's called spin, there is one in new york, and i just opened one in milwaukee. [ cheering ] >> jimmy: did you really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: cool. >> was that for new york or milwaukee?
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>> jimmy: it's a night out in new york city. >> -- in the dark >> jimmy: absolutely. yeah. we got to talk about "wall street: money never sleeps," number one movie. congratulations on that. >> thank you very much. [ applause ] >> jimmy: very cool. you play -- [ french accent ] shia labeouf's -- >> shia labeouf's mother. >> jimmy: -- mother. >> but i am from long island. >> jimmy: yeah, you have this really long island accent. it's great. [ long island accent ] >> i'm flippin' properties. my properties -- i flip. but yeah, they needed me to have a really strong accent because they wanted to show where he came from, that he'd kind of lost his accent. i do a really funny one. >> jimmy: you went for it? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it was fun. >> we'll see a clip of it. here it is -- "wall street: money never sleeps," with susan sarandon. >> look. >> see all the properties? mom -- >> no, but they said they were
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gonna give me a little more time, and all i need is 110 grand, and then that way i can keep all three properties in play. i know you have it, jake. >> i don't have it, mom. >> you have it, jake. >> i don't have it, and i wouldn't give it to you if i did have it. >> what am i supposed to do? >> you'll owe -- you know what that means? >> no. >> it means that once you get bailed out, what's to stop you from taking another shot. >> but why is that -- >> i'm in trouble, mom. i am in trouble, right now. i'm taking a hit on the loft. i just sold my bike for nothing, and now again, i'm writing you a check, mom. it's ridiculous. this is $30,000 that i barely have. >> but that's not enough. >> mom, i love you, but i cannot keep hemorrhaging money for your insanity. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "wall street: money never sleeps" in theaters everywhere. right now. want to play ping pong when we come back? >> yeah. >> when we come back, ping pong with susan sarandon. come on! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ losing weight clicked for me when i lost weight and realized i wasn't starving. i actually started losing weight the first week i started weight watchers online. the points tracker is so easy, you can type in anything
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are back with the awesome susan sarandon. we are going to play a little ping pong here. we will play a game of five, okay? >> okay. >> jimmy: all right. good. [ laughter ] what happened there? >> i don't know. >> jimmy: okay. [ crowd booing ] 12? we got to fix that score. it's not 12-0. [ laughter ]
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>> all right, you serve now. >> jimmy: i didn't get any practice. all right, it is 2-0. wait -- i serve? >> you serve. >> jimmy: okay. so people can come to your bar, and watch me lose at ping pong. i'm going to be good here, because balls are my business. [ laughter ] >> yes, very good. that was good, right? >> good. >> jimmy: that was a good tricky move there. >> you were using like -- yeah. >> jimmy: the mind game. [ audience ohs ] >> now my turn. >> jimmy: 3-1. all right. here we go. [ audience aws ] getting tricky. it's getting tricky. the last one. come on! i gotta do it. [ audience ohs ] >> you got a point. >> jimmy: here we go. 4-2. here we go. >> uh oh. uh oh.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yes! tricky ball. all right. good. [ applause ] >> it's your show. >> jimmy: i know. thank you for being nice. >> oh, that counts. >> jimmy: that count? >> all right. we won't do it again. let, let, let -- it was a serve. it was a serve. >> jimmy: oh! gosh! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] this was so much fun. you're the greatest. >> thanks. >> go see "wall street: money never sleeps!" and if you're in town, check out susan's ping pong club, spin new york! susan sarandon everybody! andrew garfield joins us next. come on back, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ when i had my heart attack, i couldn't believe it. it was a real shock. i remember being at the hospital thinking, "i should have done more to take care of myself." you should've. that's why i'm exercising more now. eating healthier. and i also trust my heart to lipitor.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. our next guest is one of the stars of "the social network," which opens this friday. he also stars opposite carey mulligan and keira knightley in "never let me go," which is currently in theaters. and he's also the new spider-man! please welcome a busy and talented young actor, andrew garfield, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: big roots fan? >> it's outrageous that you're here and i'm here, and we are in the same room. i mean, it's a pleasure to meet you all, and all of you, of
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course. [ cheers and applause ] >> questlove: thank you. >> yeah, for sure, man. >> jimmy: and me, too. [ laughter ] >> yeah you guys. yeah. no, you're lovely. i think you are such a lovely person. you seem like so, like, warm and genuine and -- >> jimmy: wow. thank you so much. >> yeah, just from the last three seconds. >> jimmy: i'm about to cry. [ laughter ] all i did was shake your hand. it was fantastic. you have a british accent? >> yeah, i guess. you have an american accent. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you. we will be right back with more -- no i'm just kidding. [ rim shot ] [ laughter ] but in the movie, "social network" you have a brazilian accent. >> huh -- yeah that would be nice if that's true. that would be lovely. >> jimmy: no, you do though. >> yeah, he was born -- the character i play, eduardo saverin was born in brazil. he was raised in miami, and then he went to harvard in boston. so, you know, that was a challenge for me who's born in los angeles and raised in surrey, where we don't know where brazil is. [ laughter ] you know, it was a wonderful kind of challenge to try to
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achieve. >> jimmy: yeah, the movie is fantastic. >> oh that's wicked. i'm glad you think so >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, absolutely. i mean, it was great. i think -- for the people who don't know, it's the facebook story, kind of how it got -- mark zuckerberg invented with you. i consider you now one of the co-creators of facebook. >> me too. me too, yeah. >> jimmy: that's how convincing you were in the movie. >> oh well, that's very kind. >> jimmy: then there's all sorts of lawsuits and stuff happened, but it's really cool and you shot that in boston? >> some in boston, some in baltimore, some in los angeles in a studio, but yeah, boston is the kind of the first leg, and that was wonderful to actually be where this incredible device was -- the inception, in those kind of dank dorm rooms, you know. >> jimmy: yeah, just hangin' out in the dorm room with justin timberlake and jesse eisenberg. any normal -- >> popping and locking and being neurotic together. >> jimmy: what? [ laughter ]
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>> i said n -- i am english, so "neurotic" might sound close to "erotic." >> jimmy: is that what you said? [ laughter ] >> no, no, no -- >> jimmy: that's exactly what i thought you said. okay, good. "being neurotic." >> there were three of us in there, so neurosis, dancing and eroticism. [ laughter ] down for whatever. >> jimmy: he's a fun guy, justin timberlake. >> oh, he's fantastic. >> jimmy: and jesse's good too. >> they're both incredible people. how ridiculous that two incredible people got to be in the same film together, and like generous people, as well. like it is great having talented people, but then when those people are also nice and generous, then, like that is a rare combination, right? >> jimmy: very cool. [ laughter ] absolutely. we're going to talk about "never let me go," as well. you are in another movie. gosh, you're busy man. yeah, so you got keira knightly and carey mulligan. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: that's not too shabby. >> no, it's fine, right? >> jimmy: yeah, they're gorgeous. >> i'm doing okay. yeah. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: what is that movie about? >> that is -- it is very
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difficult to explain. i -- you know, i -- i will say you all should go and watch it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, that's good enough. i think that counts. yeah. >> no, no, no, i should say it's a novel by kazuo ishiguro who wrote "remains of the day," and this incredible british/japanese novelist who wrote this incredibly soulful and difficult story about what it is to be alive and the very short amount of time that we all have and how we choose to use it. it's a wonderful musing on life and death and love and creativity. that's so austere and kind of ernest. >> jimmy: it's very neurotic. [ laughter and applause ] no, that is fantastic. that's good. that was a great explanation. >> okay. >> jimmy: "the social network" thing -- i think this is going to be one of the biggest movies. i think it's just going to be giant. >> ever? >> jimmy: ever. it's up there, yeah. is it in 3-d? [ laughter ] >> yeah, right. >> jimmy: are you excited for "spider-man?" "spider-man" is going to be in 3-d. are you excited about this? you're spider-man. >> of course, i'm excited. yes! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what accent -- what accent are you going to use when you're spider-man? >> probably this one. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: are you going to be british? >> just more british really. like, no, no, i -- you know, he's from queens, man, so i'm going to have to be from queens, whatever that is. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they don't do that. no, don't do that. >> i'm in delaware. >> jimmy: i don't know where they do that. they do that in like "pinocchio." [ laughter ]
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that is going to be fun. that's going to be great. >> yeah, i'm very excited. >> jimmy: are you practicing like your web-slinging? >> no -- no, i haven't done that. >> jimmy: you should be. i mean, it's going to be 3-d. [ laughter ] it's in 3-d, yeah? >> yeah, i hear that it might be in 3-d, yes. yes. i think it would work in 3-d, but then there's movies that will be better -- like -- did you see "avatar"? of course you saw "avatar." everybody saw "avatar." apart from people who don't want to see "avatar." >> jimmy: i guess that is the way to put it, yeah. >> but it was incredible. i think it will be amazing. you start filming soon? >> very soon, yes. >> jimmy: oh, very exciting. can you tell us anything? anything more about it? no, that's good. well, i'm psyched about that, but let's take a look at the clip from "social network." that's the movie coming out this friday. here is the clip. >> i do not want that guy representing himself as part of this company. >> you have to move out here, mark. this is where it's at.
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>> did you hear what i said? >> the connection, the energy -- >> mark, mark? >> i'm afraid if you don't come back, you are going to get left behind. >> i want -- i need you out here. please don't tell him i said that. >> what did you just say? >> it's moving faster than any of us ever imagined it would. >> it is moving fast and sean thinks that -- >> sean is not part of this company. >> we have over 300,000 members -- >> i'm aware of that. >> -- including five in europe. >> i'm aware of that, mark, i am the cfo. >> we need more programmers, and we need more money, and he set up the meeting. he's set up meetings all of other town. >> setting up meetings? >> yes. >> without me knowing anything about -- >> you're in new york! >> i'm in new york riding subways 14 hours a day trying to find advertising! >> yep. and how's it going so far? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: fantastical. our thanks to andrew garfield, right there, everybody. thanks you for coming over. we will be right back with a song from the temper trap. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ female announcer ] jerry brown and oakland's schools. what were the facts? fact: march 7, 2000.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. our next guests are a great band all the way from australia. they're here to perform the song "fader" from their debut album, "conditions." please welcome the temper trap! ♪ ♪ i'm in transit
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but i'm stranded on this boat and i pledge ♪ ♪ myself allegiance to a better night's sleep at home and the sweet, sweet sun's ♪ ♪ comin' down hard, the sun's comin' down hard it burns the bones ♪ ♪ so hold a hand for cover hold a hand for cover hold a hand for cover from harm ♪ ♪ oooh talk don't change a thing oooh oh, it's fadin' for ya ♪ ♪ oooh words don't sink, it swims oooh oh, it's fadin' for ya ♪ ♪ best this mess we tried our best for something we can do
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while the angels walk ♪ ♪ with the lonely ones in the cold rain and rescue you and this fatal world's ♪ ♪ comin' down hard the walls comin' down hard in all our homes so hold a hand for cover hold a hand for cover ♪ ♪ hold a hand for cover from harm oooh talk don't change a thing ♪ ♪ oooh oh, it's fadin' for ya oooh words don't sink it swims ♪ ♪ oooh oh it's fadin' for ya ♪


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